How many New Year's Eves have you spent sipping champagne and vowing to get more fit in the coming year? And how many times have you failed to follow through?
December 31 over a drink is too late to set goals and make promises.
Fall, on the other hand, is a great time to start a fitness program because you're going to create good habits for the holiday season and the upcoming winter months.
With the change of seasons comes a renewed time to rethink and restart:
What's so special about January?
Think of November as the new year!"
And who knows? This year, you might be in great shape before that New Year's Eve party rolls around.
Remember the 30-day rule. It takes about four weeks for the body to adapt to lifestyle changes; that's why people who give up on their fitness programs tend to do so within the first 30 days.
Commit to a change: work at it...let me rephrase, seriously work at it. ;)
Remember, you are willingly signing up for this change you want to happen.
I'd rather see a brand-new client work out for 10 minutes a day rather than two hours every month
So, when the alarm goes off in the morning and it's darker and colder, don't roll over and hit the snooze button.
After a month, behaviour patterns will adapt,
You started because you wanted a change; change brings change :)
Come on! Let's do this !